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passing limo or escalade.. cameras started rolling but at the end of the day, nobody showed up to survey the land. but we talked to craig cavileer from majestic realty, who's group is working with adelson and sands organization. you may remember this group when they first worked with the university on the "unlv now" project. he says this stadium project is not contingent on the nfl franchise coming to las vegas. but a regent tells us raider interest is sincere. (( )) craig cavileer/majestic; "i don't think so it wasn't contingent before and it's not now. las vegas needs a facility liike this.. nfl or any other grant ideas talked about and sometimes by us would be terrific, but the facility works either way." james dean leavitt/regent;"it was as clear as posible the interest is sincere it's real and heartfelt. one thing i can share with you... mr davis told story in mornng meeting that several years ago he took out the domain site las vegas raiders dot com...
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fantastic things i heard this morning." both guys say everybody wants to move quickly on this. cavileer says it would take about 32 months to build a state of the art stadium.... maybe similar to the projects they once proposed to unlv. the majestic group was the first to work with unlv on a stadium project.. but that was back in 2011. another big name behind the project is steve wynn. ((denise valdez)) chris who attended today's meeting? ((chris maathuis)) > sheldon adelson was not there, but raiders owner mark davis the president of the team was there... along with some other las vegas officials. but that wasn't their only meeting... the raiders brass met with other las vegas leaders today ((dave courvoisier)) > and our viewers have been sounding off
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-meg hallaway wrote "this would be wonderful for las vegas , lots of taxes from outside sources! and a team who has huge followers!" -while jorge tirado wrote it would bring more jobs and even a potential shot at hosting a super bowl here. come on las vegas raiders! -fallon mazzola bring the chargers to vegas instead!!/// > toss to weather >first we have a couple of new weather alerts to talk about. wind advisory issued for the mountains tomorrow with gusts up to 50 possible. then we have a winter storm watch also for the mountains on sunday from the morning until the evening. snow levels dropping to 2,500' by monday morning. expect up to a foot in the mountains possible. ....... right now high clouds pouring in from the west. but we're tracking the moisture out in the pacific which will slowly begin to move into the
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bringing rain in so-cal over to us as well. expect that to change over to snow in the mountains. ............................... .......... here's are your weather headlines. wind coming as well. rain on the way and also colder temps up to 20 degrees colder. and we stay chilly next week for much of the week. ((denise valdez)) > guilty. that's the plea deborah sena entered today... for her role in a child sex ring... invloving her own family. deborah is the wife of chistopher sena... who's the accused ringleader of the crimes. deborah... christopher... and christopher's ex-wife terrie are all accused are accused of producing child pornography with several children. back in june .. terrie sena took a plea deal and was sentenced to life in prison. christopher has plead not guilty to 124 charges stemming from sexual abuse and assault of children. the sentencing hearing for deborah is set to take place in march. /// ((dave courvoisier)) > local teachers met this morning... to collaborate on how to reduce the amount of bullying cases
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the clark county school district bringing together staff from schools all over las vegas at the cosmopolitan. the focus... operation respect and welcoming schools. its an initiative designed to build a school atmosphere that respects and welcomes all students and their families: ((cathy tully - school climate improvment specialist, public education foundation 10;13;16 over the last couple of years people have worked very hard to address the situation. i think it is getting better. there's more work to do. there's probably always going to be bullying at school, at work, out in the world, but a very important thing to do is make sure people know what to do when they see that happening.)) ((dave courvoisier)) another initiative currently in place at one middle school... staff work directly with 6- th, 7-th and 8-th graders to hear what the students think will work best at getting the message okay./// is over... for one of the inmates who escaped from a california jail.
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break out... as the search continues for the other two. /// ((denise valdez)) 8 news now midnight... for cox customers. our george knapp breaks down the months of heated discussions and what exactly is holding back the deal./// < announcer: you're watching 8
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paul joncich. the news of southern nevada is now. ((dave courvoisier)) > one of the three inmates who escaped from a california jail last friday is now back behind bars. he turned himself in to deputies this morning. ((denise valdez)) at the same time, a female english teacher is also in custody and being questioned for allegedly playing a vital role in the prison break from the orange county central men's jail in santa ana, california. chris martinez has the latest from los angeles. < (vid -- kcbs exclusive video of arrest/ do not obscure bug) bac duong (bach dong) surrendered to authorities friday morning -- a week after he and two other inmates escaped from an orange county maximum security prison. he was arrested about 2 miles away from the jail. ((sheriff sandra hutchens/
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department)) "bac duong contacted a civilian on the streets of santa ana and stated that he wanted to turn himself in." duong's friend tri nguyen (tree) says the inmate -- who was jailed on attempted murder charges -- suddenly showed up at nguyen's family business. (( tri nguyen/ bac dong)) "he came here and he told my wife to call the cops. so that's he wanted to turn himself in." law enforcement are still searching for jonathan tieu (two)...and hossein nayeri (knee-air- ee)..nd this white van that duong stole. the trio may have had help from this english teacher -- nooshafarin ravaghi (new- shaf-erin rah- vag-ghee). investigators say ravaghi gave nayeri -- the alleged mastermind -- crucial material to hatch a prison break, including a google earth image of the jail. > ((denise valdez)) the 44-year- old woman was teaching english as a second language to nayeri (knee- air-ee) -- and developed a personal relationship with him. authorities had offered a 200- thousand dollar reward for information leading to the capture of the inmates. /// ((dave courvoisier)) > pregnant women are scrambling to cancel trips... to zika infected nations.
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is affecting travel... during its explosive spread /// announcer: now nevada's first choice for news.
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((dave courvoisier)) > more tviewers of this tv station will have to make other arrangements after tonight at midnight. that's when the klas signal will no longer be transmitted to all subscribers to cox cable. ((denise valdez)) despite 5 months of negotiations with cox communication s, no deal has been reached regarding what cox will pay for re-transmitting channel 8's programs. the cable company has released statements about klas which our general manager characterizes as inaccurate and offensive. george knapp has our update. (( )) < lisa howfield/klas general manager: to make a statement like that is untrue and frankly offensive. lisa howfield, general manager of nevada's first and most honored tv station, klas tv, has heard just about enough trash talk from cox cable. she says she would be remiss if she does not advise channel 8
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they will lose the klas signal as of midnight friday. cox customers will no longer see the most watched station in nevada....with its popular daytime dramas...highest rated newscasts...syn dicated shows like jeopardy and wheel of fortune...and the powerful cbs prime time lineup, by far the most popular network...all gone for cox customers. howfield advises viewers to make other arrangements, especially football fans who want to watch super bowl 50 next sunday. lisa howfield: ....they won't be able to watch the super bowl on cox. you will be able to watch the super bowl on direct tv, dish, century and if all else fails, you can get a high def antenna and watch it over the air. other local providers are already doing brisk business as cox customers are looking for better deals elsewhere. cox had trouble even before the current dispute. the company once had a near
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of local homes which subscribe to cox is dropping. it was down to 48% of the market in november and has since plunged to only 41%. the dispute with klas has opened a lot of simmering complaints from dissatisfied customers. howfield: a lot of locals are starting to drop their subscribership to cox for various reasons. i've spoken to a lot of people recently so i've got quite an arsenal of feedback why they are making a switch. the issue is a simple one....what is a fair rate for cox to pay to retransmit klas programming. channel 8 is by far the most popular station, sign on to sign off, which means it is the biggest draw on the cox system...more than espn or tnt or any other stations which are paid large sums by cox. cox customers pay 8 dollars per month for espn, whether they watch it or not. howfield says cox made a
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pay that much. local broadcasters like channel 8 provide 35% of the viewership for cable systems, but get only 12% of the revenue. cox earns many times more from channels 8's original content than does channel 8. a public relations statement sent to cox customers is blatantly false and misleading, howfield says. the claim that klas is demanding three times what it gets from the current agreement--flat ly untrue, she says. callers to cox have ben told their cable bills will jump 20 or 30 dollars if klas wins, which is not only false but ridiculous. howfield is prohibited by law from making public what the retransmission rates would be but says the typical fair amount negotiated by stations all across the country is around 1 dollar per subscriber. cox is paying many times that amount for espn, but only a fraction as much for klas. most telling of all is one fact
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proposed re- transmission rate has already been deemed fair and reasonable by every other provider system here...all lisa howfield: every other carrier in this market has recognized the value of a local broadcast and agreed to the terms which are veyr fair...duirect tv, dish, century, they all agree. it's cox who does not. cox has shown it understands the value of klas programming. prior to this dispute, the cable company was one of the top advertisers on klas. it pulled 400,000 dollars in ads from channel 8 after it walked out of the negotiations, including 100,000 dollars to be spent on super bowl sunday, a program that now will not be carried on cox at all. george knapp 8 news now. > ((dave courvoisier)) in the past decade, the parent company for channel 8, nexstar, has successfully reached agreements
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the country, and contrary to what cox has implied, has not forced a cutoff of service during that time. the company has issued a detailed response to statements made by cox. you can read it on our website. /// toss to weather < tedd florendo >looking outside today we called for sun to clouds yesterday. what i meant by that was we start with sun then get clouds later in the day. and that's what we saw. temps milder in the 60's again. with winds light for now. but that's going to change after midnight and into tomorrow as well. ............................... ..... afternoon temps in the low 60's through many of our neighborhoods and milder temps for the east side of the valley. cooler for centennial hills and summerlin and even colder for kyle canyon.
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...... regional temps in the mid 60's for mesquite all the way down to laughlin where they were warmer near 70. mild for death valley today and cool for tonopah and pioche. ............................... ......... clouds coming in right now overhead but the thicker clouds off the coast will be abundant by sunday. this stream of moisture will sag down and eventually over us ............................... .............. futurecast shows not quite big chances tomorrow, but sunday morning could get some raindrops. with better chances later in the day and evening. maybe some leftover precip on early monday morning could bring some snow showers or flurries in valley. we'll be watching. the best part is look at all that snow expected to hit the western colorado rockies where we need the water for lake mead. ............................... ................ so here's what to expect this weekend into monday.
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west winds. 45 locally, higher in the mountains. sunday rain between .25 to .75 and cooler temps. the high for sunday only 57. monday expect a chance of a.m. showers which could change over to flurries. very windy and colder. 48 the high only. snow levels down to 2,500 feet. ............................... ........... 50 for the low with high clouds and slight breeze. tomorrow expect a high of 70 and mild and breezy. gusts up to 40 are possible, but higher in the mountains. ............................... ........ neighborhood by neighborhood temps show many 70's tomorrow with highs warmer in the mid 70's. ............................... .............. temps next week. look the high 40's early week and cold temps near freezing. mid 50's late next week but way below our average of 60 degrees. it's a term we've heard an awful lot this
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awful lot this election season... but many are still confused about what it is. ((dave courvoisier)) we take a look at how a caucus works... as voters in iowa get ready to make their picks for president. ///
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if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders.
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we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all
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cones appear out of nowhere and you have no clue what's going on. ((dave courvoisier)) demetria obilor questioned the city and got you some answers in "what's driving you crazy?"
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< demetria obilor: debbie says, "deer springs rd. is a mess. it goes from two lanes to one between durango dr. and campbell rd. it's an accident waiting to happen. what's going on with this street?" deer springs goes from one to two lanes because several lots remain undeveloped. developers are responsible for putting in the sidewalks, curbs, gutters and sewers as a condition of their building agreement with the city. while there's been significant development to the north and west, the south side is still untouched, which is why the road narrows down. recently, the city of las vegas streets and sanitation team went out to deer springs to secure a manhole and prevent future traffic problems. hey! what's driving you crazy? send your traffic question to
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((denise valdez)) > if you don't have health insurance... time is running out to sign up... under the state exchange. ((dave courvoisier)) were talking in studio with an expert... face... if you don't have a plan in place by this sunday... as well as the help available this weekend. /// announcer: "now, nevada's first
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you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate.
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get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.
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((dave courvoisier)) > there's only a couple days left... to sign up for health insurance through the state exchange. ((denise valdez)) the deadline is sunday to sign up for 2016 plans. it's a very important deadline.... because the affordable care act says everyone must have health insurance. if you don't... you could pay a fine that comes out of your income taxes. joining us to talk more about these penalties... and where you can get last minute help is andres ramirez... the out reach coordinator for nevada health link. ((dave courvoisier)) andres... you've already had a record number of people sign up this
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- online -- call 1800 -- talking person? - there's a special event going on tomorrow to provide people with help signing up? - what do people need to bring... in order to get signed up? - what are some of the most common issues people face when
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not signed up by monday? ((denise valdez)) thanks for
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lets get a check of your forecast now with tedd. /// first we have a couple of new weather alerts to talk about. wind advisory issued for the mountains tomorrow with gusts up to 50 possible. then we have a winter storm watch also for the mountains on sunday from the morning until the evening. snow levels dropping to 2,500' by monday morning. expect up to a foot in the mountains possible. ............................... ....... right now high clouds pouring in from the west. but we're tracking the moisture out in the pacific which will slowly begin to move into the southwest this week. bringing rain in so-cal over to us as well. snow in the mountains. .......... headlines. wind coming as well. rain on the way and also colder temps up to 20 degrees colder. and we stay chilly next week for much of the week. ((dave courvoisier)) > today local leaders in nevada met to discuss water security in our state... d eole we're playing to michigan. amid-sized city has recently been dealing with a water crisis over the content of lead in their water the southern nevada water authority has now informed
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association on the types of services or aid our state can provide to help the people in flint. but ultimately it's up to flint help. bronson mack southern nevada water authority (( "it's really going to depend on what their needs are sometimes a it could be engeneering knowledge it could simply be material such as pipeline or fittings things like that could be staffing as well um that's what the warrant system is all about it's all about water agencies being available to assist other water agencies in times of crisis in times of need" )) ((dave courvoisier)) > so far flint has not requested our help. when it comes to water in southern nevada officials say we have no lead in our system. they attribute that to having an up- to- date infrastructure .... as well as maintaining a comprehensive corrosion control program.... which ensures that corrosive issues do not impact the quality of our drinking water./// ((denise valdez)) > the remaining few occupiers of an oregon wildlife refuge are demanding pardons for everyone involved in the nearly month long standoff. this as officials released the fbi video of tuesday's deadly
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a warning though... some viewers may find it disturbing. the video shows law enforcement trying to stop the vehicle lavoy finicium was driving with several passengers. an agent jumps out of the way as the truck avoids driving through a road block.... finicum gets out....hands up....and according to the fbi - he reaches toward a pocket at least twice where had a loaded handgun. troopers then shot and killed him: after his arrest, ammon asked supporters to back down and to let this play out in court. for people remain at the malheur national wildlife refuge. /// ((dave courvoisier)) > iowa voters will officially kick off the 2016 presidential election on monday, ((denise valdez)) that's when caucuses all across the state will officially kick off. weijia jiang explains how the historic process works. >"i'm asking you to caucus for me monday night." presidential politics is part of the culture in iowa... .and voters do their homework. (jeremiah long/ iowa voter) "i'm trying to pay attention and definitely doing my research."
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moines, government students have been studying too. (teacher/student q and a) "why do we do the caucus every four years? so we can choose what candidates run for president." but many people outside the state find the very word caucus...confusing. think of it as a get-together with your neighbors. registered republicans or democrats who will be 18 by election day can participate. every precinct has its own caucus... and which precinct you belong to depends on your home address. at republican caucuses... "he wants to make college tuition tax-deductible." someone speaks on behalf of each candidate. then participants cast a secret ballot. but for democrats, it's more complicated. (kids getting into groups) voters separate into groups depending on which candidate they support. any candidate who doesn't hit around 15 percent in that precinct is eliminated. their supporters are then free to move to the other camps. (gfx out) (jeffrey goetz/democratic caucus precinct chair) "this is about standing transparency, and being committed - not just to the (weijia jiang--stand up
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the iowa caucauses started in 1972 and the old school process hasn't change much. tech. "the app does the math in the background." each precinct will report results with this new app...which will quickly determine the winners. process?" this organized chaos is the first step in picking the next president. iowa./// ((denise valdez)) > don't forget to catch politics now this sunday at 5:30... were we are your local election headquarters. and you can always get all the up to date information on the upcoming election under our politics section on our website at lasvegasnow dot com./// ((dave courvoisier)) > giving future dentists a competitive edge. ((denise valdez)) how some local students are getting a head start transitioning into their dream career right out of high school -- ahead in what's cool at school./// ((dave courvoisier)) > students
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in the bright career path of dentistry. ((denise valdez)) brian loftus
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"what's cool at school." ((brian loftus)) aspiring dentists at southwest career and technical academy are gaining a competitive career edge, inside their classrooms dr. michael georges program leader, dental assisting program "i comprehensively teach them everything about dentistry in the program, not just assisting." ((brian loftus)) by high school graduation, students could enter the workforce as a dental assistant. for those continuing studies, the future is bright simon guan senior "i think it's more like the eye- opening experience, sure we have to learn dental tools and everything, but it's more the experience and kind of solidifying the idea of going to dental school for me." ((brian loftus)) this program, walks students step-by-step, station to station, through the process of learning dental specialities.... tami navarro senior "where we actually got to go into the lab, and work on each other, and our clasmates....we're developings skills that i can actually use in the office." ((brian loftus)) polishing away plaque, making dental impressions, reading x- rays....even placing fillings tami navarro senior "it takes a lot of skill to help people, it takes a lot of skill to memorize
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help patients." alejadra sataray senior brian: "so you even learn for example how to deal with a scared patient?" alejadra: "yeah, you do....you have to kind of calm en down and it usually the little kids that ecared so you have to calm them do."brian loftus)) some students ow this is whath nt to, others explorin.......ag artinian senior whisass more as a way to see if i tually like theentaleld.....i was curious." alejadra sataray senior "when isaw the dental field, i wasn't really exposed to it so i wanted to become more aware of it by joining this program." ((brian loftus)) their leader is a teacher and a dentist - a true pro - with a wealth of experience simon guan senior "we actually have someone of experience with years of practice." "the most rewarding part is having the education and the experience of it - in 10 to 15 years in the field of dentistry i liked to know that this experience was offered to me, and i took it." ((brian loftus)) past students have found success dr. michael georges program leader, dental assisting program "our first graduating class was 2012, and i just got notice the other day one of my students in my first class just got accepted into the dental school at unlv, and we're very happy to hear that." ((brian loftus)) one refreshing remark i heard is how
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their know-how, to help others. they're enjoying this path.... tami navarro senior "getting into medical, into dental, specifically and having this hands on training and actually going into internship it's sort of like, wow, medicine isn' that bad - it's actually really fun!" ((brian loftus)) and that's what's cool at school ((dave courvoisier)) > closing the gender wage gap. gap. gap. ((denise valdez)) how president obama is working to put the power in your hands.... to make sure major compainies aren't cheating you out of your hard earned cash. /// announcer: now nevada's first
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((dave courvoisier)) > president obama made his latest push to advance equal pay for women today. ((denise valdez)) he's proposing a new rule that will require companies to report pay data by gender, race and ethnicity. the rule would apply to companies that have 100 or more employees. it would require employers to include salary information on a form already submitted to the equal employment opportunity commission that currently includes sex and age of workers. the administration said the rule would help aid investigations on employers that are "unlawfully shortchanging workers" based on gender, race and ethnicity. mister obama says this is one of many changes that need to happen in the workplace. (( president obama, "this won't solve every problem, we still have to get women and girls into high-paying fields like science and technology, engineering and math.
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are not penalized or held back in the workplace simply for starting a family. we still need to raise the minimum wage. guaranteed paid sick and family leave, fully protecting pregnant workers, finally passing the paycheck fairness act to give workers more tools to fight pay discrimination." )) ((denise valdez)) obama officially announced the proposed rule at an event marking the seventh anniversary of the lilly ledbetter fair pay act. that's the first piece of legislation he signed as president. the act loosened the statute of limitations under which workers can sue employers for pay discrimination based on characteristics such as gender, race, age or disability. /// ((dave courvoisier)) > mark zuckerberg's fortune continues to grow... and now the facebook c-e-o is worth more than 47- billion dollars. this comes after the social networking site reported a stellar quarter with record revenue.
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bloomberg's list of the wealthiest people in the world. he leapfrogged charles and david koch, who run the conglomerate koch industries and who are known for their active support of conservative causes. zuckerberg still trails microsoft founder and philanthropist bill gates, who is worth 78- billion./// ((denise valdez)) already start to see clouds thickening up -- cool this weekend -- maybe chance of snow flurries toss to weather < tedd florendo looking outside today we called for sun to clouds yesterday. what i meant by that was we start with sun then get clouds later in the day. and that's what we saw. temps milder in the 60's again. with winds light for now. but that's going to change after midnight and into tomorrow as well. ............................... .....
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through many of our neighborhoods and milder temps for the east side of the valley. cooler for centennial hills and summerlin and even colder for kyle canyon. ............................... ...... regional temps in the mid 60's for mesquite all the way down to laughlin where they were warmer near 70. mild for death valley today and cool for tonopah and pioche. ............................... ......... clouds coming in right now overhead but the thicker clouds by sunday. this stream of moisture will sag down and eventually over us ............................... .............. futurecast shows not quite big chances tomorrow, but sunday raindrops. with better chances later in the day and evening. maybe some leftover precip on
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some snow showers or flurries in valley. we'll be watching. the best part is look at all that snow expected to hit the western colorado rockies where we need the water for lake mead. ............................... ................ so here's what to expect this weekend into monday. saturday 70 degrees and gusty west winds. 45 locally, higher in the mountains. sunday rain between .25 to .75 and cooler temps. the high for sunday only 57. monday expect a chance of a.m. showers which could change over to flurries. very windy and colder. 48 the high only. snow levels down to 2,500 feet. ............................... ........... 50 for the low with high clouds and slight breeze. tomorrow expect a high of 70 and mild and breezy. gusts up to 40 are possible, but higher in the mountains. ............................... ........ neighborhood by neighborhood temps show many 70's tomorrow with highs warmer in the eastside of the valley in the mid 70's. ............................... .............. extended forecast shows colder temps next week. look the high 40's early week and cold temps near freezing. mid 50's late next week but way
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((denise valdez)) > a group ofddiefinally got a re-do..after what might have been the most depressing bachelor party weekend ever. check out these pictures posted on "blog- southwest-dot- com".. this is robbie chernow... and the pictures went viral late last year... after weather prevented his friends... including the groom- to- be... from making it to chicago for a party weekend. instead... robbie took a series of the saddest selfies ever. since he was left to explore the city on his own... and his friends never got to make it. no worries though... southwest airlines stepped in to offer a re-do. they flew the group to las vegas...
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as you can see it looks like they had a great time! robbie even took one last selfie... it looks like he was able to make it back to the airport with a few dollars left! /// ((dave courvoisier)) > we are just outside of a week from super week from super bowl 50. and as part of the excitement we are giving away 25-hundred dollars on our special newscast following the game. all you have to do is head to our website lasvegasnow dot com and click on the contest banner. you can also sign up on our 8 news now facebook page. you can catch the denver broncos go head to head with the carolina panthers for super bowl 50 right here on february 7th right here on 8 news now./// zika virus... puts a halt to travel plans. ((dave courvoisier)) the companies already letting passengers cancel their plans without extra charges... and the impact that's having on the travel industry. ((denise valdez)) a good samaritan... the first to the scene of a deadly crash. coming up at 5... the heroic steps he took to try a save the woman inside. ((dave courvoisier)) > the zika
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widespread in south america and the caribbean. pregnant women are being told not to travel to affected areas and that has moms-to-be canceling trips.
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>(chicago) stephanie coad (code) is 24 weeks pregnant and planned to take her babymoon trip to puerto rico.. but news of the zika virus there forced her to cancel. (stephanie coad/pregnant) "sounds like the possibilities are very grave if something, you know if something were to happen." mosquitos spread zika which can cause fever, rash and joint pain. but the virus appears to be dangerous for pregnant women and those trying to get pregnant because it's been linked to babies being born with abnormally small heads. the major airlines are offering pregnant women and their travel companions with tickets to zika affected nations a refund or rebooking. united says its offer is not only for customers who are pregnant but also those who are attempting to become pregnant. jetblue and delta says it will work to accommodate any ticketed customers with concerns.. not just pregnancy concerns. major cruise lines say they will also try to accommodate pregnant women with travel plans to affected areas. usa today travel reporter charisse jones says - so far - the virus has not had a major impact on the travel industry. (charisse jones, usa today
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reporter) "there's not a big fear that this is going to cause widespread travel cancellations, it's not an airborne virus so it's not going to go from passenger to passenger." (brook enhdler/pregnant) "we didn't want to chance it" brook enhelder is five months pregnant and switched her babymoon from the dominican republic. (disney video) to disney world. (brook enhelder/pregnan t) "it's an odd place for a babymoon but we think we'll have a good time." hena daniels, cbs news, new york./// ((dave courvoisier)) > the world health organization announced it will hold an emergency meeting monday to decide if the virus should be declared an international health emergency./// paul joncich > that's all for us at 4. denise valdez 8 news now at five starts after this. don't forget.. we're always on at las vegas now dot com, on facebook and twitter. ((dave courvoisier)) > three
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do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male...? this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
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north las vegas. thanks for joining us... i'm dave courvoisier. ((denise valdez)) and i'm in for paula this evening. this is the scene near civic center and cheyenne... the same area a woman was shot and killed at last night. police say 2 men and one woman ago...
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